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This event is being run in association with the MA in Creative Writing at University of Limerick.
See: Literary Journal The Ogham Stone to be Launched at Doolin Writers’ Weekend The 2017 edition of The Ogham Stone, the literary journal produced at the University of Limerick, will be launched as part of Doolin Writers’ Weekend on 4th February at 8pm.
Our Ph D students are housed in the AHSS Graduate Research Centre.
The faculty convenes an annual Postgraduate Research Conference.
Which supports are you lacking and which are a waste of time?
We’ll find out from a panel of experienced professional writers from across the genres who will also address issues relating to income, royalties, writers fees, and more.
SPEAKERS Cathy Halloran, RTE’s Mid west correspondent, Gillian Devlin, Head of News Limerick’s Live 95FM, Fiona Stack, General Manager, Radio Kerry, Laura Ryan, Head of Marketing and Communications Limerick City and County Council, Tara Giddens, Ph D candidate, UL Wednesday March 8th (International Women’s Day) 2pm - 4pm in Millstream Common Room Free entry: this event is for writers that earn or aspire to earn some or all of their income from writing.
To apply: Click Here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIp QLSdol5JHh UZ86y0-db JPz-kj208gjb LFn FVsae3q Xvr Jd Ca Gz A/viewform? After a very successful launch in Dooliln in February, the Ogham Stone will now launch in UL with a reading from School of Culture & Communication Writer-in-Residence, Julian Gough!
Millstream Common Room: March 7th: 5pm With Refreshments!
Thursday, April 20th, [email protected] am - pm Millstream Common Room ALL WELCOME TO ATTEND.
is delighted to host Professor Andrew Hadfield, University of Sussex, who will deliver a lecture entitled “Truth, Lies and Scandal at the Court of King James: The Countess and the Archbishop” Thursday April 20th, C1079, Main Building, 12pm.
Please complete and return to [email protected] time slot and date will then be allocated to you by email.